Hepburn Council Plan Background Information
All About Families Top Question Askers
In preparation for Minister Macklin’s response to the All About Families forum, Essential Baby have posted a detailed background of the four participants that submitted the top ‘All About Families’ questions.
Click here to read about Four Families and Four Questions.
What’s the Big Idea?
Before the What’s The Big Idea forum was launched OurSay and Hepburn Shire Council ran a series of six local workshops that attracted a total of ninety-three participants!
OurSay Director Matt working hard at Creswick RSL (above) and participants discussing their ideas at Clunes Town Hall (below).
Over sixty Big Ideas for Hepburn Shire Council were articulated from these workshops. Questions asked via the OurSay forum ranged from comments on parking and traffic control, queries of Council’s public accountability and also suggested integrating committees for better management of the Shire’s facilities.
OurSay and Hepburn Shire Council are looking forward to turning your Big Ideas into big actions.
Call Out for New Volunteers!
Are you looking for professional experience? Do you want to make an impact?
OurSay, an emerging Australian social enterprise, is looking for talented people to join our team in Melbourne! If you’re a motivated, creative and engaged individual, we want to hear from you.
We’re looking for people to get involved in sales, community engagement, media, public relations, social media, film making, design and IT systems support.
You will have the chance to network with some of Australia’s top businesses and media companies and be responsible for national scale projects while working along side a group of switched on and motivated people.
Get in contact with us by emailing email@example.com, and let us know why you want to be on the team. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Voices for change: be my guest
Michael Short, Fairfax Media reporter, has summed up his year writing for The Zone, a column featured in The Age and in Fairfax online publications.
Michael’s recent interview with OurSay CEO Eyal Halamish features in his summary. Of OurSay, Michael writes “people, young and old, are engaging with ideas, with causes, with equality of opportunity, with change, not with political parties”.
Click here to view the full article.